Bummas are unique cloth wipes for babies that eliminate the need for talcum powder when changing baby. They are made of 100% cotton woven velour terry cloth, and come in a handy 5″ x 7″ size in multiple colors. Bummas are durable, and can be washed in the washing machine for multiple uses. They are said to last until your baby is out of diapers, and beyond! A pack of 10 Bummas in various colors and themes can be bought for $15 at Bummas.com.
Right now, you can stock up on Huggies One & Done Fragrance Free Baby Wipes at Amazon.com. They’re selling for $8.44 if you use the $1 coupon on the site and select the Subscribe and Save option. This refill includes 320 wipes.
DollarGeneral.com has its own brand of soft cloth baby wipes on sale for just $1.75 for a pack of 72 (or, if you prefer to buy in bulk, $14 per case, with 8 units per case). I’ve used these wipes before and in my opinion, they’re just as good as the more expensive name-brand baby wipes. You can find some great deals on baby products and lots of other household items at DollarGeneral.com.
Amazon.com is currently running an amazing deal on Pampers SoftCare Scented Wipes. A box of 720 wipes is selling for $18.49 – that equals 3 cents per wipe! (regularly $25). These wipes have a baby powder scent and are made from pure water. If you’re a Prime member and choose the Subscribe and Save option, the price drops to $15.72, or 2 cents per wipe! Check out this great deal at Amazon.com before it’s gone.
Amazon.com is currently offering Pampers Sensitive 3x Wipes for the low price of 0.03 cents each! A pack of four (192 wipes in each pack) sells for $26.25. Plus, if you’re an Amazon Prime member, shipping is free! This is a great way to stack up on something that’s very necessary.
Here’s a great deal on diapers. Walgreens.com is currently having a sale on their own brand name diaperes for $5.99 per pack, which is $4 off their regular price. This includes Newborn through Size 6. If you order online, you can get free shipping for any order over $25. Not sure how long this deal will last, so you might want to check it out ASAP!
The Pat-a-Cake Wet Baby Bag can be used for a variety of purposes: to carry wet swimsuits and beach gear, wet or soiled diapers or clothing, pool toys, just about anything you can think of. They zip shut, so it keeps the wet items away from the dry items in your other belongings. These bags are available in a variety of pretty styles at ThePatACakeBaby.com for prices ranging from $18 to $25. It’s a pretty solution to a messy problem.
How cool is this? Skip Hop makes this Central Park Outdoor Blanket & Cooler Bag, a combination messenger bag/water resistant blanket/cooler bag perfect for your summer needs. The bag can function as a tote or diaper bag, fold out into a water-resistant blanket, and the detachable cooler bag holds bottles, food, whatever you need to carry for you and baby to make it through the summer months. This unique bag sells for $45 at SkipHop.com.
Here’s a unique and functional idea: a wet bag. It can be used as a diaper bag, tote bag, a whatever bag. It has a trademarked ProCare lining, which is anti-microbial, waterproof, non-toxic, non-allergenic, fire-retardant, machine washable and dryable. The outer layer and inner layer of the bag are sewn separately to prevent wicking. In addition, seams are sealed to keep water and odors inside the bag. The Wet Bag by Monkey Foot Designs is available in a variety of in-stock styles or can be custom-made. It comes in sizes from small to extra large, with prices ranging from $13 to $28, at MonkeyFootDesigns.com.
I was recently given a sample of Wysi Wipes to try, and I must say, I’m hooked! These unique wipes by Canawipe Distributors, Ltd. look like small, white tablets. However, when water hits them, they unfold into strong, durable wipes that can be used for a variety of tasks. These would be great to carry in a diaper bag or purse, and they can’t dry out (they aren’t wet until you add water to them). Their Martha Stewart Living special package contains two 100 piece bags and four 12 piece bags, and sells for $29.95 at Canawipe.com.
Parents love 7 AM for its bright and cozy bunting/stroller sacs. Now the company has brought that same style and convenience to a fun and practical diaper tote. This sporty bag comes in a number of fun colors to coordinate with the stroller sacs. These bags are made to be light but roomy, with lots of compartments and pockets to keep you organized. This will also make a great overnight bag post-diaper use. You can purchase one for $124 at artebebe.com.
Here is a cute alternative to a full-blown diaper bag. Made by LillyBit, this diaper clutch can be worn over the shoulder or used as a clutch. Although compact, it is large enough to hold diapers, wipes, and even a tube of diaper rash cream. Several fun patterns are available, but this Maui Floral is my personal favorite. You can purchase one for $37.70 (down from $68) at babyage.com.
I was admiring the diaper bag of the woman in front of me at the pediatrician’s office this morning. When she started a conversation, I took the opportunity to ask about it. I would have guessed it was from Room 7, but it was actually an Oilily (which would have been my second guess). I liked it so much, I looked for it online, but couldn’t find it. Along the way, I did find this V-Baby model, which is pretty fun. Even better, I found an incredible cake-rendering of the bag. You can buy the bag for $174.94 at littledudesanddivas.com. Check out the cake at pastrychik.blogspot.com.
I’ve been carrying a diaper bag for almost four years straight, and I’ve just come to terms with it. Some people, however, would rather transition away from bulky bags as their children grow. That’s exactly what this changing pad is designed to accommodate. This particular model is made with the needs of a larger, toddler-sized child in mind. It holds diapers and wipes and folds up compactly. It is made in the USA and comes in chocolate with either pink or blue embroidery. You can purchase one of these sets for $50 at dandelionbaby.com.
I love the hip styling of this Chocolate Mod Rodeo Drive Tote Diaper Bag by Amy Michelle. I’m afraid I’m done buying diaper bags, but this great crossover tote sure is tempting, especially since it is currently on sale. I love the combination of browns and slate blue. Like most diaper bags these days, this one has pockets for everything a busy mom needs–diapers, cell phone, keys, etc. You can purchase one for $58.50 (down from $65) at jujubeaneboutique.com.